Linda Craig-Musé Gallery

Purveyor of Fine Arts

Scottish Landscapes and Portraits:

Dollys

Original: Oil on Canvas 24” x 18”
Reproduction: Unframed Print, Giclee on Canvas 24” x 18”
Price: $260.00 (U.S.) Plus Shipping (Shipping Weight: 24oz.)

Overview: Dolly, (5, July 1996 - 14, February 2003) was a female domestic sheep and was the first mammal to be cloned from an adult somatic cell, using the process of nuclear transfer. Named for Dolly Parton because she was cloned from a mammary gland cell, Dolly lived a normal celebrity's life and went on to have six lambs. She can now be seen in taxidermic form at the National Museum of Scotland.

Painted in monochrom using zinc white and burnt umber, Dolly is pictured in front of all her possibilites.

Painted from photographic studies, live studies and sketches.

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Luss Straights

Original: Oil on Canvas 16” x 20”
Reproduction: Unframed Print, Giclee on Canvas 16” x 20”
Price: $185.00 (U.S.) Plus Shipping (Shipping Weight: 15oz.)

Overview: Luss (”herb” in Gaelic), is a beautiful village located in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, on the west bank of Loch Lomond. The original name was Clachan dubh, the dark village. Ben Lomond dominates the view to the south with the Luss Hills rising to the west. Luss is the ancetral home of Clan Colquhoun.

This painting was done using photographic studies and archival photographs.

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